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April 2015


***Important Information About Coyotes***

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As humans expand their living areas and coyotes expand their range, contact between the two is inevitable. Most of the time, coyotes go out of their way to avoid humans. In urban areas the coyotes are changing their behavior. The most serious problem is that the animals have become very use to people. As they lose their fear of people they will become bolder, approaching people, and may put themselves in hazardous situations that they would normally avoid. Coyotes are not like a dog, it is dangerous to approach or corner these animals. They are smart and they learn quickly. They can be dangerous, and steps should be taken to avoid encouraging them to visit your neighborhood. That means close garbage cans lids tightly, do not leave any food outside, and do not leave small pets outside unattended. Coyotes have been known to attack caged rabbits, cats, and frequently take small dogs. It is best not to leave small animals outside alone, if you must leave an animal outside it is recommended that you leave lights on, this may deter the coyote from entering your property. Most towns in Bergen and Passaic Counties have a thriving population of Coyotes.

In recent history, there have been attacks on humans in these counties. It is always best to avoid all wildlife. People should always be cautious when dealing with all wildlife, no matter how cute an animal is you should not attempt to catch or touch them. This is very important if the animal is injured or sick. If you find an injured or sick animal always call your police and let them dispatch professionals to handle the situation. 

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About Tyco

Started in 1989,Tyco Animal Control has grown and provides regionalized services for 23 communities. Tyco Animal Control is staffed 24 hours a day by 6 Animal Control Officers, three officers are State Certified Cruelty Investigators. Officers are pager dispatched for immediate response. We work closely with both your Police and Health Officers to protect the health and welfare of your community. Our job is to protect people from animals and animals from people. Through the regionalization of multiple communities we can provide all the essential components of animal control at a reasonable cost to the municipalities served.  We have been recognized by Bergen County SPCA for Animal Control excellence.

We have two fully inspected and licensed animal shelters. We have several vehicles including a livestock trailer and disaster response trailers containing equipment to erect and maintain an on site emergency evacuation animal shelter. We provide animal adoptions, public education, and participation in the New Jersey State Spay Neuter program.

Services Provided

The handling of all species of domestic and wild animals.

  • On call 24 hours a day 365 days a year
  • Removal of dangerous animals
  • Enforcement of all borough ordinances
  • Impounding of stray domestic pets
  • Feral cat trapping
  • Pet redemption
  • Assist residents with nuisance wildlife
  • Pet adoption
  • Daily harassing of geese from municipal parks and fields
  • Investigation of animal cruelty complaints
  • Daily patrol of contracting municipalities
  • Removal of dead animals from public property
  • Investigation of animal complaints
Additional Services Provided for a Fee:
  • Removal of deceased pets
  • Transporting animals to the Veterinarian
  • Removal of wildlife from habitable areas
  • Trapping

Tyco Animal Control provides services tailored to meet the individual needs of each municipality.
As extenuating circumstances arise, Tyco's professional staff will fulfill your needs.

It is now time to license your pets to avoid late fees and fines.

Tyco Animal Control
Phone: (201) 652-4554 * Fax: (201) 652-1426 * Email: tycoanimalcontrolservices@gmail.com

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